maya

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Türkçe - İngilizce
yeast

Yeast is used in making beer. - Maya bira yapmada kullanılır.

Mix the salt, dry yeast and flour in a big bowl. - Büyük bir çanakta tuz, kuru maya ve unu karıştırın.

ferment

What's the difference between fermentation and putrescence? - Mayalanma ve çürüme arasındaki fark nedir?

Yeast makes beer ferment. - Maya bira fermentasyonu yapar.

cheeky person
shameless person
make-up
leaven
female animal
female camel
(Tabiat Doğa) (hayvan) she-camel, brood mare
sourdough

What kind of bread would you like for your toast? White, wheat, sourdough, or rye? - Tostun için ne tür ekmek istersin? Beyaz, buğday, maya ya da çavdar.

yeast powder
barm
a type of Turkish folk song
yeast, ferment " ferment; make-up, nature, disposition" " yaradılış; female animal; female camel; shameless person, cheeky person
Maya
disposition
rennet
{i} brewing
(Tıp) fermentum
nature
maya ekstraktı
(Gıda) yeast extract
maya medeniyeti
mayan
maya çalmak
(Gıda) leaven
maya özütü
(Gıda) yeast extract
maya bozan
(Biyokimya) antiferment
maya bozan
(Biyokimya) antienzyme
maya dili
mayan language
maya dili
Maya
maya fabrikası
(Denizbilim) yeast factory
maya gibi
yeasty
maya içeren
leavenous
maya mantarı
yeast fungus
maya mitolojisi
maya mythology
maya tozu
yeast powder
maya tozu
baking powder
maya yapan
(Gıda) leaver
içinde maya bulunmayan
not found in yeast
kuru maya
dry yeast

karışıma kuru maya eklemeyi unutma.

mayalar
yeast
yaş maya
yeast
alt maya
bottom yeast
pres edilmiş maya
compressed yeast
İngilizce - İngilizce
A descendant of these people
Any of the Mayan languages, such as Quiché and Yucatec
A member of a Mesoamerican civilization that existed in and around Mexico in the 4th to 10th centuries
In Sanskrit, illusion; God’s physical and metaphysical creation (literally, "not this")
A female given name used in India

'Why ever not, Ma?' said Meenakshi.'It's a very Bengali name, a very nice name.'.

A female given name of modern usage

When her little friends asked her what her name was, her father replied that it was Conchita - his diminutive for Maria de la Concepción. Con-what? they would ask again, aware, apparently, that con in French is a fool, an idiot. So her parents started calling her Maria, which from the little girl's lips soon began to sound like Maya. Maya! exclaimed her father. It's perfect. It means the greatest illusion on earth. So Maya it was from then on - Maya Walter.

recently taken into general use, also associated with Maia
The Sanskrit word for illusion - maya is used to describe physical life
In Sanskrit, illusion; God's physical and metaphysical creation (literally, "not this")
{i} member of an advanced pre-Columbian civilization in southern Mexico and Guatemala; modern-day descendant of the Mayan people; any of the languages spoken by the Mayas; female first name
Group of Mesoamerican Indians who between AD 250 and 900 developed one of the Western Hemisphere's greatest civilizations. By AD 200 they had developed cities containing palaces, temples, plazas, and ball courts. They used stone tools to quarry the immense quantities of stone needed for those structures; their sculpture and relief carving were also highly developed. Mayan hieroglyphic writing survives in books and inscriptions. Mayan mathematics featured positional notation and the use of the zero; Mayan astronomy used an accurately determined solar year and precise tables of the positions of Venus and the Moon. Calendrical accuracy was important for the elaborate rituals and ceremonies of the Mayan religion, which was based on a pantheon of gods. Ritual bloodletting, torture, and human sacrifice were employed in an attempt to propitiate the gods, ensure fertility, and stave off cosmic chaos. At the height of its Classic period, Mayan civilization included more than 40 cities of 5,000-50,000 people. After 900 the civilization declined rapidly for unknown reasons. Descendants of the Maya are now subsistence farmers in southern Mexico and Guatemala. See also Chichén Itzá; Copán; Lacandón; Maya codices; Maya language; Quiché; Tikal; Tzeltal; Tzotzil; Uxmal. In Hinduism, a powerful force that creates the cosmic illusion that the phenomenal world is real. The word maya originally referred to the wizardry with which a god can make human beings believe in what turns out to be an illusion, and its philosophical sense is an extension of this meaning. The concept is especially important in the Advaita school of the orthodox system of Vedanta, which sees maya as the cosmic force that presents the infinite Brahman as the finite phenomenal world. Angelou Maya Lin Maya Maya Codices Maya languages Plisetskaya Maya Mikhaylovna
an ethnic minority speaking Mayan languages and living in Yucatan and adjacent areas
The name for the doctrine of the unreality of matter, called, in English, idealism; hence, nothingness; vanity; illusion
The pre-Columbian people who planted and cultivated the first cacao plantations in the Yucatan region of Mexico about 600 A D These plantations made them wealthy and established them as significant traders
Multifarious Beings & Entities
a member of an American Indian people of Yucatan and Belize and Guatemala who had a culture (which reached its peak between AD 300 and 900) characterized by outstanding architecture and pottery and astronomy; "Mayans had a system of writing and an accurate calendar"
Ignorance obscuring the vision of God, the inherent creative power in Godhead or Brahman through which the visible universe is manifested We are in spiritual blindness because of the maya
The illusion of being wrapped up in the material world and attached to it
the illusion that characterizes all transitory existence in Hindu philosophy, with only the spirit being permanent
loosely translated as "illusion," in Hinduism, it refers to the deceptive nature of the temporal world We are victims of maya when we regard the objects and impressions of our perception as absolutes in themselves when they are, along with our respective selves, one holistic reality, i e , Brahman
illusion; in Hindu philosophy Maya is the divine power which has created the cosmso
(Sanskrit) Illusion, popularly used in this sense Philosophically, the phenomenal universe, being subject to differentiation and impermanence is Maya
Hindu term coined by Advaita Vedanta to refer to the illusory or deceptive nature of the world which prompts us to make distinctions
The Great Illusion
signified originally in the Veda the comprehensive and creative knowledge, wisdom that is from of old, afterwards taken in its second and derivative sense, cunning, magic, illusion; phenomenal consciousness, the power of self-illusion in brahman
{i} Hindu concept of an illusory world of the senses; god-like power to produce illusions in Hinduism
a family of American Indian languages spoken by Mayan peoples an ethnic minority speaking Mayan languages and living in Yucatan and adjacent areas
In Hinduism, maya (a Sanskrit word meaning "deception, illusion, appearance") is the power to produce, or the power that produces, the illusion that our separative self ("I am me, and you aren't"), its life, and its world are real Maya is sometimes perceived as a veil that deludes the Divine Mahamaya is the goddess who personifies this power See also samsara
The dillusion of being wrapped up in the material world and attached to it
Maya sakti is the veiling power of God, which veils the truth from our eyes and creates individual ignorance or avidya See advaita vedanta, page 2
"Illusion"; "Illusion"
Illusion Anything besides the Absolute Parabrahman (the ultimate Being, hidden in the depths on non-being ) is an illussion The first manifestation of this illussion is that primordial plane of which the hindu god Brahma is the personification
  The illusion of the reality of sensory expressions and the feeling of being wrapped up in the material world and being attached to it
a family of American Indian languages spoken by Mayan peoples
illusion; the energy of the Supreme Lord that deludes living entities into forgetting their spiritual nature and forgetting God
Illusion
force that shows the unreal as real and presents that which is temporary and short-lived as permanent and everlasting
A term of Vedanta philosophy denoting ignorance obscuring the vision of Reality; the cosmic illusion on account of which the One appears as many, the Absolute as the relative world
illusion, particularly the illusion of the transient, impermanent, phenomenal world
Cosmic illusion on account of which the one appears as many
The glamour and illusion on the physical plane to which an integrated personality responds as the result of uncontrolled vital energies pouring through the etheric vehicle
1)Unreality, illusion, prakriti 2)The Hindu principle that all is an illusion and that ultimately the physical world, contacted through the conscious mind and the five senses, does not represent reality This philosophy is also taught by A Course in Miracles
Maya Angelou
orig. Marguerite Johnson born April 4, 1928, St. Louis, Mo., U.S. U.S. poet. She was raped at age eight and went through a period of muteness. Her autobiographical works, which explore themes of economic, racial, and sexual oppression, include I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1970), The Heart of a Woman (1981), and All God's Children Need Traveling Shoes (1986). Her poetry collections include Just Give Me a Cool Drink of Water 'fore I Diiie (1971), And Still I Rise (1978), and I Shall Not Be Moved (1990). Her recitation of a poem she wrote for Bill Clinton's first inauguration (1993) brought her widespread fame. In 2002 she published her sixth volume of memoirs, A Song Flung Up to Heaven
Maya Angelou
{i} (born 1928) African-American performer writer and civil rights activist, author of the autobiographical poetry collection "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Maya Codices
Books in Mayan hieroglyphic writing that survived the Spanish conquest. They are made of fig-bark paper folded like an accordion, with covers of jaguar skin. Though most Mayan books were destroyed as pagan by Spanish priests, four are known to have survived: the Dresden Codex, probably dating from the 11th or 12th century, a copy of earlier texts of the 5th-9th century; the Madrid Codex, dating from the 15th century; the Paris Codex, slightly older than the Madrid Codex; and the Grolier Codex, discovered in 1971 and dated to the 13th century. They deal with astronomical calculations, divination, and ritual
Maya Lin
born Oct. 5, 1959, Athens, Ohio, U.S. U.S. architect and sculptor. The daughter of intellectuals who had fled China in 1948, she achieved fame in 1981 when her class assignment at Yale University won the nationwide Vietnam Veterans Memorial competition. Lin's award-winning design consisted of a polished black granite V-shaped wall inscribed with the names of the approximately 58,000 men and women who were killed or missing in action; the abstract nature of the design aroused a great deal of controversy. Her subsequent, vastly different designs include the major commissions for the Civil Rights Memorial in Montgomery, Ala. (1989), and the Women's Table at Yale (1993), as well as an earth sculpture for the University of Michigan (1994) and an extraordinary translucent clock, Eclipsed Time, installed in the ceiling of New York City's Pennsylvania Station (1994)
Maya Mikhaylovna Plisetskaya
born Nov. 20, 1925, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R. Russian prima ballerina. She studied at the Bolshoi Ballet's school in Moscow and joined the company as a soloist in 1943. Noted for her technical virtuosity and ability to integrate acting with dancing, she toured worldwide with the Bolshoi Ballet and appeared as a guest artist with several companies, including the Paris Opéra. She also danced in several films, including Swan Lake (1957). In the 1980s she was a guest ballet director in Rome and then in Madrid
Maya Plisetskaya
born Nov. 20, 1925, Moscow, Russia, U.S.S.R. Russian prima ballerina. She studied at the Bolshoi Ballet's school in Moscow and joined the company as a soloist in 1943. Noted for her technical virtuosity and ability to integrate acting with dancing, she toured worldwide with the Bolshoi Ballet and appeared as a guest artist with several companies, including the Paris Opéra. She also danced in several films, including Swan Lake (1957). In the 1980s she was a guest ballet director in Rome and then in Madrid
Maya languages
or Mayan languages Family of about 30 American Indian languages and language complexes, spoken by more than three million people, mainly in southern Mexico and Guatemala. While some have few remaining speakers, Yucatec in Mexico and K'iche (Quiché), Kaqchikel (Cakchiquel), Mam, and Q'eqchi' (Kekchí) in Guatemala count speakers in the hundreds of thousands. Maya languages were recorded in an indigenous script (see Maya Codices; Mayan hieroglyphic writing), as well as in colonial documents in a Spanish-based orthography, including the Popol Vuh and the Yucatec prophetic texts known as the Books of Chilam Balam
maya arch
A form of corbel arch employing regular small corbels
Yucatec Maya
Mayan language spoken in the Yucatán Peninsula, northern Belize and parts of Guatemala
Yucatec Maya
{i} Mayan language spoken in the Yucatan Peninsula and Belize
Türkçe - Türkçe
Bir halk türküsü
Damızlık dişi hayvan
Yoğurtla yapılan bir Bulgar içkisi
içerdeki enzimlerin katalizör niteliği etkisiyle şekerleri karbondioksit ve alkole dönüştüren bir hücreli bitki organizmaları
Dişi deve
Yaradılış, öz nitelik
Arsız, utanmaz kimse
Bazı besinlerin yapımında mayalanmayı sağlamak için kullanılan madde, ferment
Yaradılış, öz nitelik(mcz)
Kurutulmuş incir
Budizm'in en önemli yapısı olan ve içinde kutsal emanetler saklanan Hint kökenli anıt
Uzun havalardan bir tür halk türküsü
Yaradılış, öz nitelik: "Belki biri soyutlanmaya daha az yatkın, öteki daha fazla tetikti, ama mayaları galiba birdi."- A. İlhan. İçerdikleri enzimlerin katalizör niteliği etkisiyle şekerleri karbondioksit ve alkole dönüştüren bir hücreli bitki organizmaları
Yoğurttan elde edilen Bulgar içkisi
İçerdikleri enzimlerin katalizör niteliği etkisiyle şekerleri karbondioksit ve alkole dönüştüren bir hücreli bitki organizmaları
Bir halk oyunumuz
Belize'de bir dağ
Bir tür halk türküsü
DAMIZLIK
ferment
maya ağacı
Meyvelerinden yemek yağı çıkarılan bir tür hurma ağacı (Elaels)
ekşi maya
Bir önceki ekşi veya mayalı hamurdan alınıp bir süre fermente edildikten sonra yeni yapılmış bir hamuru mayalamak amacıyla kullanılan maya
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} maya
{i} büyü (hint)
Hinduizm büyü
{i} maya dili
afsun
maya mythology
maya mitolojisi
maya

    Heceleme

    ma·ya

    Telaffuz

    Etimoloji

    [ 'mä-y&, 'mI-& ] (noun.) 1788. Self-designation of the Yucatec Mayas.

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